Synthetic Biology: Life, Remixed

Like engineering, synthetic biology involves building new biological systems from units and modules. Scientists have already produced organisms that make drugs or biofuels, and have pieced together a synthetic organism using only genetic data. In collaboration with other fields, synthetic biology could transform biotechnology and generate useful insights into the foundations of life.

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Iria Bernhardsgrütter, Gabriele Stoffel, and Tobias J. Erb , "Schöne neue Biologie? Synthetisch-biologische Ansätze zur CO2-Umwandlung.," Biospektrum 01.20, 24-27 (2020).
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Simon Burgener, Shanshan Luo, Richard McLean, Tarryn E. Miller, and Tobias J. Erb, "A roadmap towards integrated catalytic systems of the future," Nature Catalysis 3, 186-192 (2020).
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Christoph Frey, Kerstin Göpfrich, Sadaf Pashapour, Ilia Platzman, and Joachim P. Spatz, "Electrocoalescence of Water-in-Oil Droplets with a Continuous Aqueous Phase: Implementation of Controlled Content Release," ACS Omega 5 (13), 7529-7536 (2020).

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Symposium Bordeaux: Registration open!

September 23, 2019

Register now for the BioSynSys Symposium on Synthetic and Systems Biology!

A platform for Synthetic Biology in Germany

June 21, 2017

The German Association of Synthetic Biology was founded in order to foster collaboration among scientists and to represent the interests of scientists working in Synthetic Biology in Germany.

Building brigdes in Synthetic Biology:
BrisSynBio meets MaxSynBio

February 08, 2017

Scientists of the Bristol-based research network BrisSynBio and the German research network MaxSynBio meet in April for a 2-day workshop in Bristol.

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